Updated January 4, 2021 - 3:55 pm
Rose. Rabbit. Lie, the second-level hideaway at the Cosmopolitan, has closed, at least for the foreseeable future, the company’s has announced.
“Beginning Jan. 2, Rose.Rabbit.Lie. will temporarily suspend operations,” Cosmopolitan officials said in a statement Monday morning. “We are hopeful that business levels will recover into the new year, from which operations will continue to be reevaluated.”
Saturday was last night of business at the supper club, which has presented dinner and live entertainment since the resort reopened in June. It is clear the club can’t cover its operating costs with a 25 percent capacity directive in current COVID protocols. Ideally, the venue can reopen when those restrictions are relaxed. Property-wide, Cosmopolitan is also suffering from an absence of convention business.
At its signature supper club, Las Vegas favorites Skye Dee Miles and Savannah Lynx have fronted the band. Such unique acts as aerialist Jessica Delgado, tap-dance master Kenji Igus and beat-box artist Jay R Beatbox appearing through the night.
The Strip’s similarly styled nightspot, Mayfair Supper Club at Bellagio, remains open. The restaurant and nightclub also presents live entertainment with its dining options.
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